City of West Burlington Iowa From the Office of the Mayor
Mayor Lifts Emergency Order
The West Burlington City Mayor has lifted the Emergency Declaration in the City of West Burlington. All services are running normal with guidance from the states emergency proclomation.
The City of West Burlington is committed to providing leadership and help throughout the evolving COVID-19 crisis. As this situation develops, we will continue to offer resources and support to people across the city. This website provides the latest information on a range of topics regarding COVID-19.
Payment Options for City Hall
The City of West Burlington provides several options for citizens to pay monthly utility bills. please take advantage of these options:
- • ON-LINE payments www.westburlington.org
- • DROPBOX – There is a green payment box located under the tree in the parking lot behind city hall. The secure payment box is monitored by a surveillance camera and checked daily.
- • MAIL – Payments can be mailed to 122 Broadway Street, West Burlington, IA 52655
City Service Status
Trash and Recycling Pickup
Routes will continue to run as normal for Garbage and Recycling services. Please check back for updates or call City Hall at (319)752-5451 with questions and concerns.
Water and Sewer Billing and Shutoffs
The City is requiring the payment of previous balances now. Payments are no longer suspended and account will be shut off for non payment again.
Everything is back to normal at City Hall. If you need records we are now accepting walkins again. If you have an emergency call 911 and DESCOM's non-emergency number is (319)671-7001.
Links and External Sites
The following preparedness information is provided in response to the threat of the coronavirus. Our objectives through this communication are to keep courts open to the fullest possible extent while protecting public safety by mitigating the impact of coronavirus/COVID-19.
According to the World Health Organization and the CDC, social distancing is currently the most effective way to slow the spread of COVID-19. We created this interactive Scoreboard, updated daily, to empower organizations to measure and understand the efficacy of social distancing initiatives at the local level.
Des Moines County is working with local, state and federal partners to keep our community informed about COVID-19, a novel coronavirus. According to Iowa Department of Public Health, there are no special precautions currently being recommended for Iowans beyond the simple daily precautions to combat any flu virus, including:
There is an expanding global outbreak of a respiratory illness caused by a novel (new) coronavirus. The disease the virus causes has been named COVID-19. While most COVID-19 cases were initially associated with travel, person-to-person spread is now being reported in other places, including Iowa.
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